Maxus PH maxes out 1st anniversary promo with big discounts, financing offers until July 31

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To celebrate its 1st year this June, Maxus Philippines recently expanded its reach to more customers by offering its roster of quality light commercial vehicles (LCVs) online at LazMall in Lazada Philippines, the country’s first and leading eCommerce platform. Maxus Philippines, however, isn’t done yet celebrating. As its way of helping customers and would-be buyers acquire their own Maxus LCVs to adapt to the new normal lifestyle, big discounts and special financing schemes are now offered on Maxus vehicles.

The flagship model Maxus G10 MPV 1.9 AT will now be offered with a P50,000 discount for a net price of only P1.740 million, or with the option of an all-in low downpayment of P108,000. The 9-seater MPV, powered by the Euro4 1.9-liter Turbo-Diesel engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission, has that spacious interior and comfort amenities that adapt well to public health guidelines without compromising comfort and ride safety. On top of this, the G10—which features the PWD-friendly automated seat—can be availed of with the Assist package for an additional P399,000.   

The Maxus V80 Comfort 13-seater van is now available with a P40,000 discount for a net price of P1.530 million, or with a P98,000 all-in low downpayment option.  The V80 Comfort’s 2.5-liter Turbo-Diesel engine and 6-speed manual transmission, coupled with its safety features (front airbags for both the driver and front passenger, Anti-lock Brake System with EBD and 4–wheel disc brake) ensure power, safety, and adaptability to comply with stricter transport requirements in the new normal.

Maxus Philippines’ latest LCV to roll onto the market, the T60 pickup, now also enjoys a P50,000 discount across all variants. The T60 4×4 AT is now offered at just P1.278 million, the T60 4×2 AT at P1.028 million, and the T60 4×2 MT at only P948,000 or with a low P40,000 all-in downpayment scheme.  The Maxus T60 pickup 4×4 and 4×2 variants, with their Euro 4-rated 2.8-liter Turbo Diesel engines with Variable Geometry Turbocharger and intercooler mated to a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission, provide more of the space, power, and greater adaptability to keep people and goods in both essential and non-essential sectors moving efficiently and continuously.

These outright cash discounts and financing offers are effective only up to July 31, 2020.

Maxus Philippines is the 6th automotive brand partner of AC Motors, the automotive distribution and retail group of Ayala Corporation. The Maxus brand, which originated in the United Kingdom, has had a successful 124-year history, becoming one of Europe’s most recognized commercial vehicle brands, and a leader in the design, production and distribution of international commercial vehicles, with distributorships in Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Africa.

For more details, get in touch with an authorized Maxus representative today or visit facebook.com/MaxusPhilippines, login at maxus.com.ph, or call the following Maxus  authorized dealerships: Maxus Mandaluyong Greenfield District ([email protected], (02) 8558-5823); Maxus Quezon Avenue ([email protected], 0917-8720464/0977-8228585); Maxus Taguig South ([email protected], 0917-8001076); Maxus Iloilo ([email protected], 0936-9534345); Maxus Alabang ([email protected], (02) 8558-5828/0916-9948113), and; Maxus Cebu ([email protected], (032) 517-8226 / 0936-3857671).

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